Human Rights Violations Condoned in New York Courts

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While President Obama pays tribute to Nelson Mandela in South Africa, reminding us of his years protesting apartheid, human rights violations in America go unchecked. Barbaric debtor prisons, free speech targeting and child control laws have reached epic proportions particularly among our founding states. One of them, New York, has been noted for its promotion of liberties and freedoms, but today it has abused its people beyond measure as a means for raising revenues.

To suppress public exposure of the growing atrocities, certain judges and attorney committees have targeted a civil rights lawyer who put his career on the line time and again to protect parents, minorities and every day citizens from government abuse. Its higher courts are now condoning this suppression despite overwhelming proof in the record that its committees simply do not like to be criticized. In short, New York has effectively declared that our third branch of…

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